" 1. Me go work. 2. Me do job. 3. Me go home"
I mean seriously, that what it basically looks like.
I've also been busy with planning our Christmas trip to Europe, which has been moving steadily towards fruition. We've booked our tickets, flying into Frankfurt on the 19th of Dec and leaving out of Paris on Jan 1st. Let me tell you, planning this has been like a 2nd job, I swear! Deciding where to go, trying to find suitable lodging- 7th arrodissement, Eiffel Tower view and close to the Rue Cler area, for 3 people over New Years Eve and all at a reasonable budgeted amount - is hard. In fact, "hard" is putting it mildly. & this is just one city on this trip! I feel like Cathy, from the comic strip. ACK! It makes me want to pull out my hair.
On top of it all, I'm beefing up my resume for a few positions back home that may be strategic moves for me. & it all has to be done this weekend. Yey.
Ok, enough about work! I blog to get away from work! Not to blog about it!
So here is the only -- ONLY -- outfit I took a picture of this week. & sadly, it was not even executed very well.
Maya Cardigan, J.Crew
Falling Petals silk tank, J.Crew
Black Minnie pants (not shown), J.Crew
TB Black Reva Ballet Flats
A polyvore of the outfit:
& since I'm showcasing the shoes, can I tell you how much I LOOOOOVE my TB black Revas?? The other day I saw a girl leaving my office building in a pair of sand colored patent leather ones, and I immediately hit every -- EVERY -- website I could think of to find them. No dice. So I diligently paged through 8 pages of Revas on eBay to find 1 in my size. I am currently bidding and can I say that at this point, though I'm in the lead, these shoes are going to cost a fortune. Like, more than they would have originally been retail, fortune. But they're sold out in this color. EVERYWHERE. So what am I to do? I love them. Here's a pic. You tell me. Am I crazy?
P.S. - For those who know Europe like the back of your hand - Hubs would like to go skiing while we're there. Where would you suggest? He wants the "Quintessential Alpine Experience," complete with quaint village atmosphere, beautiful backdrop, etc. Any help would be appreciated! I'm in a mind-meld trying to figure anything out at this point!